blind hole

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blind hole

[¦blīnd ′hōl]
(design engineering)
A hole which does not pass completely through a workpiece.
(engineering)
A type of borehole that does not have the drilling mud or other circulating medium carry the cuttings to the surface.

blind hole

A hole which is drilled only partway through the thickness of the material.
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